Prince's Paisley Park estate has been turned into a museum, which was originally schedule to open to the public on Thursday. But it looks like that will no longer happen as yesterday, the Chanhassen City Council voted to delay a particular zoning request that would allow the estate to open to the masses.

The council first wanted to be able to look into the effect the museum would have on traffic and public safety and the backlash of turning the Minneapolis town into a tourist stop, so they voted 3-2 to delay their request after a three-hour deliberation. "We only have one chance to get this right," Council member Bethany Tjornhom said in statement to the Star Tribune.